11 Mar

Our destiny is in our own hands - Akakpo Patron

Asante Kotoko Deputy Coach, Akakpo Patron, has said they have their destiny in their own hands to qualify to the next stage of CAF Confederation Cup.

The Porcupines drew 1-1 with Sudan's Al Hilal in a crucial match at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
A technically composed Sudanese giants drew the first blood in the first half through a perfect header by Waleed Bakhiet.
Striker Songnè Yacouba had to step up his performance in the second half to equalize for the Reds in the latter part of the game.
Akakpo Patron in an interview with Accra based Happy FM said, "Our destiny is now in our own hands so we must motivate the guys before going to Zambia to secure a win there."
Though disappointed with the results they chalked yesterday but he maintained that they played well against a good side.
"Yesterday we played well with equally a very good team but tactically the opponents took their chances and our reaction was not good compared to our previous home games."
Kotoko is perched 3rd position with seven points while Hilal lead the log followed by Nkana FC with nine and eight points respectively.
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